Are you a Pensions and Benefits specialist with experience of occupational pension schemes and company benefits just waiting for that perfect career move? Perhaps also with a very specific tick list? 4 or 5 days working a 35-hour week with only 1 day in the office per week maximum and for a very large organisation and their own occupational pensions and benefits department and in-house pension scheme? If yes, this role will tick all your boxes when it comes to finding the perfect job.

As the benefits and pensions specialist you will manage the operational efficiency, sustainability and ongoing cost management of the benefit scheme arrangements in place for employees; this includes a number of existing defined contribution, and defined benefits schemes, as well as the broader benefits portfolio (e.g. healthcare, risk benefits, salary sacrifice, and cars).

To undertake this role you will possess significant experience of managing DC, DB schemes in major / large-scale employer/s in the UK (and if possible overseas), alongside experience of managing a variety of employee benefits arrangements and experience of implementing and managing flexible benefits programmes. You are trained in supplier/third party management and have experienced change management, and project management work during your career so far. A confident communicator you will be comfortable leading negotiations and employee consultations.

This could not be a more exciting role and enabling you to work in both benefits and pensions (UK and overseas). It will be your responsibility to investigate, recommend and implement agreed future strategy for pension schemes to ensure the ongoing development of the company benefits offering and high levels of engagement with employees.
Posted: 01/11/2021
4 or 5 days per week, home working, 1 day office only
Job type
£Based on experience

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